Support Staff Vacancies

Poole High School is an oversubscribed 11-19 comprehensive school serving families throughout the historic town of Poole. As one of the largest school’s in this selective catchment, we pride ourselves on the fact that all students thrive in this caring and collaborative team. This year, we are the most successful comprehensive school in the authority.

The school has achieved its best ever set of results for the second successive year. Following our Ofsted inspection in November 2016 the HMI described Poole High School as a good school that is ‘rapidly improving’.

The school has delightful landscaped grounds and is very well resourced, being located at the heart of the town with excellent access by road and public transport. Our students are well motivated and co-operative, and the team spirit in this large enthusiastic school is second to none.

The quality of life in Poole is good and there is easy access to diverse range of cultural and scenic attractions.

Our students are well motivated and co-operative and examination performance at Key Stages 4 and 5 has been steady over the past five years.

If you are looking to work within a highly professional and supportive comprehensive environment and would welcome the opportunity to work with us to enable all our students to reach their full potential, then we would like to hear from you.

If you would like to register your interest in working for Poole High School or would like an application form, please contact:

Mrs K Brooks, HR Officer
Address: Wimborne Road, Poole, Dorset. BH15 2BW
Tel No: 01202 666988
Email: k.brooks@poolehigh.poole.sch.uk

Poole High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through their behaviour and practice.

Rigorous checks will be undertaken of the successful applicant’s background credentials including an enhanced DBS, disqualification and prohibition check.

Position:                              Pastoral Learning Support Assistant

                               

Salary Scale:                       5

Hourly rate:                        £9.74

Daily hours:                        8.25 – 2.55pm (60 minute unpaid break)

Weekly hours:                   27.5 – Term time only

Actual salary:                     £11,678                

Start:                                     September

 

We are delighted to be recruiting for a Pastoral Learning Support Assistant to join our pastoral team.  We are looking for an individual with an ability to support and promote the development and learning of children with a variety of academic, physical, emotional, behavioural and social needs, including highly vulnerable students. This will include working with individuals and small groups to support learning and supporting students in lessons.

Poole High School is an 11-19 comprehensive school serving families throughout the historic town of Poole. As the largest school in this selective catchment, we pride ourselves on the fact that all students thrive in this caring and collaborative environment. Our students are well motivated and co-operative, and the team spirit in this large school is second to none.

We have high expectations of our staff, and we value them highly.

The school has delightful landscaped grounds and is very well resourced, being located at the heart of the town with excellent access by road and public transport. The quality of life in Poole is good and there is easy access to diverse range of cultural and scenic attractions.

 

Closing Date:             Tuesday 1st September 2020 (9.00am)

Contact Information:

Please submit your application to:

Mrs K Brooks, HR Officer

Address: Wimborne Road, Poole, Dorset. BH15 2BW

Telephone: 01202 662015

Email: k.brooks@poolehigh.poole.sch.uk

 

CV’s will not be accepted for this position.  An application form must be submitted. 

 

This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment through their behaviour and practice.

 

Rigorous checks will be undertaken of the successful applicant’s background credentials including an enhanced DBS, disqualification and prohibition check.